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Como productor HERNAN G deja ver su influencia en sellos actuales que retoman las sonoridades sintéticas de principios de los ochentas, por lo que no es extraño encontrar en sus tracks ese sello distintivo que otorgan las TR808 y las TB303. A diferencia de traer un sonido tal cual a como se hacia por aquellos tiempos HERNAN G aplica procesamientos de sonido mas acordes a estos tiempos dándole a su sonido una mixtura de crudeza (por parte de las fuentes de sonido) y un groove pegadizo a partir...
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[texts]A small intergenic region drives exclusive tissue-specific expression of the adjacent genes in Arabidopsis thaliana. (Volume 10) - Bondino, Hernan G
This article is from BMC Molecular Biology, volume 10.AbstractBackground: Transcription initiation by RNA polymerase II is unidirectional from most genes. In plants, divergent genes, defined as non-overlapping genes organized head-to-head, are highly represented in the Arabidopsis genome. Nevertheless, there is scarce evidence on functional analyses of these intergenic regions. The At5g06290 and At5g06280 loci are head-to-head oriented and encode a chloroplast-located 2-Cys peroxiredoxin B (2CPB...
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[texts]Perceptual and contextual awareness: methodological considerations in the search for the neural correlates of consciousness. (Volume 5) - Navajas, Joaquin
This article is from Frontiers in Psychology, volume 5.AbstractIn the last decades, the neural correlates of consciousness (NCCs) have been explored using both invasive and non-invasive recordings by comparing the brain activity elicited by seen versus unseen visual stimuli (i.e., the contrastive analysis). Here, we review a selection of these studies and discuss a set of considerations to improve the search for the NCCs using the contrastive analysis...
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[texts]First-principles calculation of DNA looping in tethered particle experiments - Kevin B. Towles
We calculate the probability of DNA loop formation mediated by regulatory proteins such as Lac repressor (LacI), using a mathematical model of DNA elasticity. Our model is adapted to calculating quantities directly observable in Tethered Particle Motion (TPM) experiments, and it accounts for all the entropic forces present in such experiments. Our model has no free parameters; it characterizes DNA elasticity using information obtained in other kinds of experiments...
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[texts]A First Exposure to Statistical Mechanics for Life Scientists - Hernan G. Garcia
Statistical mechanics is one of the most powerful and elegant tools in the quantitative sciences. One key virtue of statistical mechanics is that it is designed to examine large systems with many interacting degrees of freedom, providing a clue that it might have some bearing on the analysis of the molecules of living matter. As a result of data on biological systems becoming increasingly quantitative, there is a concomitant demand that the models set forth to describe biological systems be them...
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[texts]Concentration and Length Dependence of DNA Looping in Transcriptional Regulation - Lin Han
In many cases, transcriptional regulation involves the binding of transcription factors at sites on the DNA that are not immediately adjacent to the promoter of interest. This action at a distance is often mediated by the formation of DNA loops: Binding at two or more sites on the DNA results in the formation of a loop, which can bring the transcription factor into the immediate neighborhood of the relevant promoter...
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[texts]Transcriptomics-based screen for genes induced by flagellin and repressed by pathogen effectors identifies a cell wall-associated kinase involved in plant immunity. (Volume 14) - Rosli, Hernan G
This article is from Genome Biology, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Microbe-associated molecular patterns, such as those present in bacterial flagellin, are powerful inducers of the innate immune response in plants. Successful pathogens deliver virulence proteins, termed effectors, into the plant cell where they can interfere with the immune response and promote disease. Engineering the plant immune system to enhance disease resistance requires a thorough understanding of its components...
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[texts]Important role of CCR2 in a murine model of coronary vasculitis. (Volume 13) - Martinez, Hernan G
This article is from BMC Immunology, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Chemokines and their receptors play a role in the innate immune response as well as in the disruption of the balance between pro-inflammatory Th17 cells and regulatory T cells (Treg), underlying the pathogenesis of coronary vasculitis in Kawasaki disease (KD). Results: Here we show that genetic inactivation of chemokine receptor (CCR)-2 is protective against the induction of aortic and coronary vasculitis following injection of C...
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[texts]Telomere structure and telomerase in health and disease. (Volume 41) - GOMEZ, DANIEL E.
This article is from International Journal of Oncology, volume 41.AbstractTelomerase is the enzyme responsible for maintenance of the length of telomeres by addition of guanine-rich repetitive sequences. Telomerase activity is exhibited in gametes and stem and tumor cells. In human somatic cells, proliferation potential is strictly limited and senescence follows approximately 50–70 cell divisions...
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[texts]Autocrine Effects of Tumor-Derived Complement. (Volume 6) - Cho, Min Soon
This article is from Cell reports, volume 6.AbstractWe describe a role for the complement system in enhancing cancer growth. Cancer cells secrete complement proteins that stimulate tumor growth upon activation. Complement promotes tumor growth via a direct autocrine effect that is partially independent of tumor-infiltrating cytotoxic T cells. Activated C5aR and C3aR signal through the PI3K/AKT pathway in cancer cells, and silencing the PI3K or AKT gene in cancer cells eliminates the progrowth ef...
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